After Deontay Wilder knocked Tyson Fury out in the 12th round of their fight, that fight was all but over. Fury was, in fact, not knocked out and rose from the ashes like the damn Phoenix in The X-Men. Fans were in awe and couldn’t believe their eyes. Deontay Wilder knew what woke Fury up. It was divine intervention.
To quote Pulp Fiction:
Jules: This was Divine Intervention! You know what “divine intervention” is?
Vincent: Yeah, I think so. That means God came down from Heaven and stopped the bullets.
Jules: Yeah, man, that’s what it means. That’s exactly what it means! God came down from Heaven and stopped these motherf****n bullets.
This is Deontay Wilder’s theory and I almost tend to agree with him. For all intents and purposes, Tyson Fury was lifeless and on his way to his first professional loss. Out of nowhere, Fury just got up like he wasn’t just in a coma after taking a crushing shot to the head.
That’s the only explanation that is acceptable. That, or he’s the WWE’s Undertaker in disguise.